Give Your Overall Health a Boost With IV Hydration Therapy

Whether from long periods of holiday travel, cold and flu season, extra holiday hours on the job, or a little too much holiday cheer, this time of year can really take a toll on your overall health. IV hydration therapy provides a gentle way to support your system. 

At White Integrated Health Clinics PLLC, we recommend IV hydration therapy for patients dealing with exhaustion or physical depletion from a variety of causes. Our care team, led by Dale White Jr., DC, and Kevin Sykes, DC, offers quick and easy IV treatments from the comfort of our Fort Worth, Texas, office.

How does IV hydration help your health?

When you expend a lot of energy, you use up your body's hydration reserves. It can be difficult to remember to drink enough water in everyday life, but when there's so much going on, you might find yourself slipping below optimum hydration levels. Your energy levels, immune system, and overall health may suffer as a result.

Intravenous (IV) fluid therapies have been a staple in hospital care for decades. We can offer you safe hydration treatment for conditions that don't require hospitalization but can be inconvenient or uncomfortable, like a red-eye flight recovery or an unpleasant hangover. 

IV hydration therapy works more quickly than drinking fluids, and we can boost your health with concentrated vitamins and nutrients at the same time.

What can you treat with IV hydration?

IV hydration helps with exhaustion and dehydration stemming from many causes. Some of the reasons why you might benefit from IV hydration therapy include:

Sometimes known as a hangover cure, IV therapy also can help you if you deal with chronic conditions like:

We can tailor the infusion of vitamin-rich fluids to optimally treat your unique health care needs.

When you come in for an IV hydration treatment, your appointment lasts for only about 45-60 minutes. You relax in a comfortable treatment area after we carefully insert your IV needle and catheter, typically into your arm. In an hour or less, the treatment boosts your health, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. 

While some of our patients experience mild discomfort when the IV needle first goes in, the treatment is overall not uncomfortable to go through and doesn't require any downtime afterward for recovery.

IV hydration therapy works best for patients with certain health backgrounds. If you have health concerns like congestive heart failure or certain allergies, IV hydration therapy may not be right for you. 

To find out more about IV hydration therapy, contact us at White Integrated Health Clinics today. You can schedule your appointment over the phone or by using our online booking tool.

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